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Lavender and Native Habitats Flourish Beautifully at Hauser Creek Farm

Welcome to Hauser Creek Lavender Farm, a small family farm located in rural Davie County, North Carolina, just west of Winston-Salem. On land where beef cattle were once pastured, we now grow five varieties of lavender.

Photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see   even more!
Lavender photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!
Lavender photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!
Lavender photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!
Photo of red barn taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our   galleries and see even more!
Lavender photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!
Lavender photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!
Photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!
Photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!
Lavender photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!
Lavender photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!
Lavender photo taken at Hauser Creek Farm; click to visit our galleries and see even more!


We specialize in lavender bundles (fresh and dried), organic culinary lavender, and artisan lavender soap. We also offer dried bluestem grass bundles and wildflowers for use in floral arrangements. We think that you will find our fresh lavender to be the finest available.

Since 2002, we’ve worked hard to make Hauser Creek Farm a place of exceptional natural beauty and environmental conservation. Our mission is to cultivate conservation by preserving and enhancing the agricultural nature of the land. We use environmentally-friendly, sustainable practices that preserve soil, forest, wildlife and water. Our lavender, added in 2010, is grown without the use of chemical fertilizers or pesticides. In the summer, our field is extremely active with an amazing number of happy bees and butterflies. The scent is intoxicating!

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